27 November 2014


I just wanted to send a very heartfelt Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers. I really have a wonderful time bringing you stories of our adventures. It really makes my day to know you enjoy them too!

The below photo was taken of a wild turkey at out Montana ranch. We thought it was an appropriate picture for our Thanksgiving card to you!

While these wild turkeys are beautiful they are tough as shoe leather cooked. I wouldn't mind but Kinsey wants no part of him! She much more enjoys watching them.

Wild Turkey
Kinsey joins me in wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Ciao for now,
Molly Montana

23 November 2014

Stillwater River

I still have more stories to tell about our trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons but getting Kinsey to give up the photos is like trying to pull teeth. I'm hoping the one about the Bridger-Tetons will get done next week. The is the one where the week before there had been a grizzly attack and all they had found of the guy was a hand and a foot.

Molly on the bank of the Stillwater River

Ciao for now!
Molly Montana

12 November 2014


It's my birthday today! I am two years old.

Don't know what Kinsey has planned for me. It's 2 degrees outside so I doubt I'm going to get a lot of our door play time. I also doubt I'll be getting any new toys. Every night Kinsey picks up my toys and puts them in the toy box. Everyday I haul every single one out. The living room looks like a bomb filled with toys has blew up.

09 November 2014

The Gros Ventre

If you're visiting Tetons National Park, Gros Ventre Road is a drive you don't want to miss. Kinsey ranks it the most scenic we saw. Of course we took it because it leads to the Bridger-Teton National Forest where moi is allowed to romp and roam.

01 November 2014

On the Road to the Tetons

Friday Kinsey packed us up for our move to Jackson Hole. It had rained the night before and I could hear her outside grumbling about getting wet. You may recall we ended up in a back in space upon arrival in West Yellowstone. The reason Kinsey likes the pull through is because you can just pull up to the RV, hook up your toad and be off. There's a lot more jiggering around with the back in arrangement. She's constantly looking at me and asking "Why aren't you giving me a hand here?" Well, duh, I'm a dog!